How is the Slingbox illegal? Why hasn't the company been sued already and why are they still selling the product worldwide?
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Are you lawfully entitled to view those cable and satellite audiovisual sources in your home? Not if you have not entered into a contractual agreement with those providers to provide those services to your home.
The license granted to you by Sling Media is solely for your personal, lawful, non-commercial use in connection with a Slingbox owned by you and connected to an audiovisual source that you are lawfully entitled to view.
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